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Non-compliance with the requirements in sections 129(3) and (4) of the companies act does not automatically result in business rescue proceedings being terminated
19th August 2016 In Panamo Properties (Pty) Ltd v Nel and Another NNO (35/2014)  ZASCA 76 (27 May 2015) Panamo Properties Proprietary Limited (Panamo) is a... →
All creditors must be joined in an application to set-aside a business rescue plan that has been adopted
19th August 2016 In ABSA Bank Limited v EJ Naude N.O. and Others (20264/2014)  ZASCA 9 (1 June 2015), Absa brought an application against the business rescue... →
19th August 2016 It has been over two years since amendments to the South African Income Tax Act (Act) came into effect, exempting domestic shipping companies from... →
10th August 2016 According to a 2013 WHO report on violence against women, about 35% of women worldwide have experienced either physical and/or sexual intimate... →
Two exemplary young South Africans on the brink of a law career share their thoughts on the real importance of a law degree
2nd August 2016 Two outstanding young South Africans, law student and Bowman Gilfillan Africa Group bursary recipient Kamogelo Sono and school pupil and future law... →
26th July 2016 Different African countries regulate the employment impact of business transfers differently. The key distinction across jurisdictions is whether... →
25th July 2016 Bowman Gilfillan Africa Group's Managing Partner Alan Keep, and Head of Banking & Finance Francisco Khoza will be joined at the CEO Sleepout,... →